Kimberly-Clark’s North America Huggies® Brand and the National Diaper Bank Network share the alarming stats and reality around diaper need in America and how to help end diaper need in your community
This week kicks off National Diaper Need Awareness Week, which was created in 2012 by the National Diaper Bank Network (NDBN) and the Kimberly-Clark North America Huggies® Brand, as a way to draw attention to the issue of diaper need in the United States.
Information is power, helping people to make the right decisions. At Quest, our data reveals insights which empowers better health. Quest for Health Equity (Q4HE) is also empowering better health by supporting a group of aspiring health journalists.
Healthy NewsWorks (HNW) empowers elementary and middle school students in underserved communities to become researchers, writers, critical thinkers, and confident communicators who advance health understanding and literacy through their factual publications and digital media.
“I have experienced how it felt when we lost almost everything … so I know how difficult it is for the communities to keep surviving during this difficult year.”
Those are the words of Nurdianto, a Mercy Corps team member from Indonesia. Nurdianto knows what it’s like to lose almost everything. A survivor of the Indian Ocean tsunami in 2004, he has dedicated his life to partnering with disaster-struck communities to support them in rebuilding their lives.
For as long as she can remember, Jalen Matthews has received regular blood transfusions to treat sickle cell disease—an inherited condition that limits her red blood cells from carrying enough oxygen throughout her body. Though the 24-year-old was diagnosed with the disease at birth, it was not until she suffered a stroke caused by a blood clot at age 11 that blood transfusions became a lifeline to managing her symptoms.
Johnson & Johnson's 2020 Health for Humanity Report details the progress it's made in the past five years in driving sustainable social, environmental and economic change around the globe. Now the company's looking ahead to the next five.
Improving the health of people around the world requires a mix of heart, science and ingenuity—something Johnson & Johnson, the largest, most broadly based healthcare company in the world, has known since its founding in 1886. Since 2010, the company has used that custom blend of values to set its Health for Humanity Goals every five years.
September 23, 2021 /3BL Media/ - In 2020, Biogen launched its signature Healthy Climate, Healthy Lives™ initiative, a groundbreaking $250 million, 20-year commitment to address the deeply interrelated issues of climate, health, and equity. Biogen is the first Fortune 500 company to commit to becoming fossil fuel free and established new emissions reduction targets in line with the Science Based Targets initiative, consistent with levels required to meet the goals of the Paris Agreement.